Relive the Kamikaze Headband of the World War II Japanese Pilots and which were also worn by the schoolchildren and factory workers of Japan as an expression of their support to the latter troops through this Divine Wind Headband! Reworked for modern use by the Japanese Kanji scripts for Kamikaze, which means Divine Wind, the deeply-treasured Kamikaze headbands of World War II basically had a red sun – the flag of Japan – and Japanese Kanji scripts, which depict its owner's name and slogan, for their design. They were presented to Japan's kamikaze pilots – the thousands of 17 to 24-year old men who volunteered to perform a special attack in World War II by crashing their aircraft into Allied ships in order to protect Japan from invasion – together with a cup of the Japanese rice wine, or Sake before their final mission in October 1944. Made of a soft, smooth, and breathable fabric, this Kamikaze headband will do more than let you experience the bravery and loyalty of the Japanese kamikaze pilots to their country and to their emperor, it will keep you cozy all day, too, as martial arts headband, chef headband, and multipurpose bandana. Features:
- Kid's karate headband measures 36" long x 2.5" wide
- Adult's karate headband measures 42" long x 2.5" wide
- Tie-style. Made of high-quality cotton-polyester. Hand-wash or Machine-wash
Imported from China.
Processing Time: 1-2 business days (excludes shipping time)